Infographics are all the rage, and with good reason:
1. They're great teaching tools.
2. They really make a page stand out because they catch the eye.
3. They make for GREAT images to post to social media sites like Facebook and Pinterest because they draw lots of eyeballs.
The problem with infographics is that they're rather a pain to create. So I started tinkering with a script that can generate an infographic from an article.
Below are three examples of different infographic styles generated using the same article (a random SEO article I pulled from an article directory). I manually selected the icons that appear in the body of the page.
I'm interested in your opinion/feedback, and whether or not you think a tool like this would be useful to have -- and if so, what features you'd like to see. You would select the icons that appear in the body from a pre-selected list of available icons (with the option to use your own via URL or file upload).
There will be a lot more styles to choose from, of course, but this should give you an idea of how it would look.
Here are the example infographics:
PLEASE VOTE BELOW IN THE POLL ABOUT HOW USEFUL THIS TOOL WOULD BE TO YOU
All feedback is welcome!